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18 of the Most Haunted Spots in DFW

by Nikki Stephens and Rhonda Aghamalian Updated in 2020. Blog originally written in 2017. Please check dates and times to ensure accuracy in making your Halloween plans. ARLINGTON The Screaming Bridge at River Legacy Park Legend goes that one night a car full of kids were driving coming up to the bridge and hit an oncoming car. Both cars…

Safe 4th of July Fun in Arlington

Traditionally, Arlington is host to many events centered around the Independence Day holiday…parades, fireworks, ball games, festivals, the list goes on and on. But, as with so many things, most of these events have been cancelled, postponed or moved. As you are grilling burgers, chilling watermelon, watching fireworks from your car or television…

A Look Behind The Scenes on Valentine’s Day in Arlington

A lot of single types don’t like Valentine’s Day, but I’m not one of them. Years ago, I worked a side gig at a Hallmark store for extra cash, and the best part of the job (besides my discount and reading greeting cards when the store was slow) was working during Valentine’s season—mostly because it involves three of my favorite things: pink and red…

Texas Christkindl Market: A Little Bit of Germany in Arlington

If you’re looking to get into the Christmas spirit or are really in the mood for some great strudel paired with gluhwein, a trip to the Texas Christkindl Market should be on your list this holiday season. In its ninth year, the Texas Christkindl Market, presented by Comerica Bank, is one of the largest open ­air holiday markets in the Southwest and…

Small Business Saturday: 6 Best Stops in North Texas

Holiday season has descended up on us and with that comes hectic gift hunting. Shopping small supports local jobs, artisans and entrepreneurs, and makes each gift feel even more special. Be sure to show your support for Small Business Saturday and try these local gems on November 30th. Arlington is chock full of locally owned and operated stores…

11 Best Spots for Holiday Spirit in DFW

Spooky season has come and gone, and now it’s time to bring out your comfy sweaters and get into the holiday mood! Looking for the best places for a season date night or family getaway? Arlington has all you need from glowing lights to artisan markets and spirited shows. Here are 2019’s top spots to get your fill of holiday spirit in DFW: Six…

Pumpkin Heaven: 5 Places to Get Your Pumpkin On in Arlington

If you know me or you’ve read my blog articles, you know I am ridiculously in love with all things October, Halloween and fall in general…including pumpkins! The fact is, you simply can’t do fall properly without indulging in a little pumpkin action, so let’s take a look at six spots in Arlington where you can enjoy pumpkin-themed fun: Board +…

Hop On Your Easter Checklist

Spring is here and Easter is right around the corner! Check off everything on your holiday list with this guide on Easter things to do in Arlington. Try out these family friendly and affordable options for an egg-cellent time. Bunny Times: Get your tail over to Alley Cats for Bowling with the Bunny on April 13 from 10-2 p.m. After you’ve had your…

My Alt Valentine: Four Things to Do for V-Day That Don’t Involve Love and Restaurant Reservations

For those who don’t know about Galentine’s Day: The short version of the story is that a 2010 episode of the NBC comedy “Parks and Recreation” made popular the notion that Valentine’s Day shouldn’t just be for lovey-dovey couples, it should also be a time for ladies to celebrate their friendships with each other by doing…well, whatever they want…